Jelling, Home of the Kings

I recommend a free museum and areas open all year round outside, showing the testimonies of the Danish Viking kings from more than thousands of years ago. My husband Henry has an in-depth story about the site. After a long cold spring, we finally had a warm day with a clear blue sky. People gathered for lunch, ice cream or […]

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The Christ Church in Copenhagen

I knew the name of this Baptist church but never realized until recently that my great grandparents on my father’s side grew up in that church’s fellowship. When you dig into your family history and visit the places, they lived their lives become alive.   Walking in their footsteps, we met the young pastor at the church. He let us […]

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Looking Back to the Spanish Flu

A hundred years ago, the Spanish Flu ran wild all over the world. WWI meant restrictions on free speech, and as Spain was not involved in the war and wrote about it, the disease was named “the Spanish Flu.” Young people and children died in a few days from this horrible infection. Parents lost children, and children lost their parents […]

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